The director is the backbone to running a great camp. He/she is the mentor, communicator, and leader, who is responsible for communicating with all parents and staff. The director supervises all activities, staff, and campers and exemplifies Hubbard standards. The director aids in handling children’s behavior and in the communication with parents. The camp director communicates daily with the Executive Director, handles daily payments, and paperwork.
Two counselors care for a group of campers for the week. They help the campers with their daily needs, fostering friendships, & providing a comfortable learning environment. They work cooperatively with the other counselors and coaches. Being a counselor requires patience, enthusiasm, commitment, teamwork, and energy to create a great experience for the campers and the rest of our staff. Responsibility for the kids is paramount.
The Coach is the teacher, the motivator, and the leader. They plan sessions that incorporate a variety of skills to introduce to new campers and challenge the veterans. The Coach works with the counselors to help each camper learn while having fun! Experience playing or coaching a particular sport is wonderful but not required. General knowledge of sports, as well as the energy to play and teach the campers is necessary.
Extended Stay staff provide supervision at the end of the day when camp is over and parents are on their way to pick up. Staff engage with campers playing fun games and activities such as, basketball, cards, hopscotch, or coloring. Staff will ensure campers are signed out, communicate any camp related messages to the parents, and follow all camp standards and policies. Responsibility for the campers is paramount.